L Frank Baum's film of his fairy tale "The Patchwork Girl of Oz" Violet MacMillan...Ojo, a Munchkin Boy Frank Moore...Unc Nunkie, Ojo's Guardian Raymond Russell...Dr. Pipt, the Crooked Magician Leontine Dranet...Margolotte, his wife, who makes the Patchwork Girl Bobbie Gould...Jesseva, his daughter, betrothed to Danx Marie Wayne...Jinjur, a Maid in the Emerald City Richard Rosson...Danx, a Noble Munchkin (as Dick Rosson) Frank Bristol...The Soldier with the Green Whiskers (Omby Amby)... ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Oz, Wizard of Oz, L Frank Baum
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz - A Monetary Reform Parable The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum (Chicago, 1900) is a parable about Money Reform and the 1890s Midwestern political movement led by William Jennings Bryan (1860-1925); three times candidate for President of the United States. From 1891-1895 Bryan served in the House of Representatives, where he advocated the coinage of silver at a fixed ratio with gold, in order to break the bankers monopoly and manipulation of the gold-backed... Topic: Wizards, of, Money, Wizard, of, Oz
A sampler of three past Bread and Roses shows from 2009 and 2010: Interview with Northampton Mayor Clare Higgins in a bid for a sixth term; an interview with Transition Towns organizer Tina Clark and an interview with Appalachia Rising leader Mickey McCoy on mountaintop removal coal extraction. Topics: Mayor Clare Higgins, Wizard of Oz, Appalachia Rising
These are stills from the 1921 screen adaption of Wizard of OZ. Directed by Ray Smallwood, it was never completed. Beyond these stills, not much is known about this film, or why it wasn't completed.These stills were given to me by Smallwood's wife, the silent star Ethel Grandin. Topics: Ethel Grandin, Ray Smallwood, Wizard of Oz, 1921, tin man
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1910) is the earliest surviving film version of L. Frank Baum's 1900 novel, made by the Selig Polyscope Company without Baum's direct input. It was created to fulfill a contractual obligation associated with Baum's personal bankruptcy caused by The Fairylogue and Radio-Plays, from which it was once thought to have been derived. It was partly based on the 1902 stage musical, though much of the film deals with the Wicked Witch of the West, who does not appear in the... ( 10 reviews ) Topics: Wizard of Oz, 1910, L Frank Baum, Silent
As I am sure most of you are aware, most of you don't know that The Wizard of Oz is the best American fantasy movie ever, according to the American Film Institute: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Films_considered_the_greatest_ever Furthermore, the AFI and RIAA have ranked "Over The Rainbow" as the #1 "Song of the Century" and the "greatest movie song of all time": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Over_the_Rainbow Like most of you, I thought it would be a good idea to... Topics: Wizard of Oz, Over the Rainbow, Dilbrent, Musical, Parody
never before has a music video been made for this movie until now and with a sleeper anticipation. This is my first music video I made about 4 years ago....enjoy Topics: Breaking Benjamin, Home, Music Video, Wizard of Oz, Small file
LibriVox recording of Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz, by L. Frank Baum. Read by Phil Chenevert. Dorothy is swallowed by an earthquake! And that is just the start of Dorothy's adventures in this exciting and fun book. She and her kitten, Eureka are on their way home and stop to visit a relative in California. But the earthquake opens the ground under their feet and everyone, including the horse and buggy and her cousin Zeb fall deep, deep into the earth. Down there they find they can walk on air,... Topics: librivox, literature, audiobook, children, Oz, baum, wizard of oz, dorothy Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
LibriVox recording of The Patchwork Girl of Oz, by L. Frank Baum. Read by LibriVox volunteers. An unlucky Munchkin boy named Ojo must travel around Oz gathering the ingredients for an antidote to the Liquid of Petrifaction which has turned his beloved uncle Unc Nunkie and the wife of the Liquid's creator into marble statues. Ojo is joined by the patchwork girl Scraps, Dorothy, Dr. Pipt's Glass Cat, the Woozy, the Shaggy Man, the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman. They eventually visit the Emerald... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: librivox, audiobook, fiction, children, young adult, Oz, Wizard of Oz Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Classic entry into L Frank Baum's silent Wizard of Oz Series. Cast Violet MacMillan...Dorothy, a Kansas girl who is wandering in the Land of Oz Frank Moore...The Scarecrow Pierre Couderc...The Tin Woodman Fred Woodward...The Cowardly Lion / The Kangaroo / The Crow / The Cow / The Mule Raymond Russell...King Krewl Arthur Smollet...Googly-Goo, a wealthy courtier J. Charles Haydon...The Wizard of Oz (as J. Charles Hayden) Todd Wright...Pon, the Gardener's Boy Vivian Reed...Princess Gloria, niece... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Oz, Wizard of Oz, L Frank Baum, The Scarecrow
The silent film version of L. Frank Baum classic (found here) in which a young girl wishes to run away from her life and ends up in the middle of a foreign land where she meets the most peculiar people. And despite getting exactly what she wanted, Dorothy learns to look at home in a new way. Suggested Level: ALL (silent film) Topics: LIT, Wizard of Oz, Silent Movie, Home, Tornado, Oz, Magic
This week Jenny takes us to the the nightmare fantasy world of Return to Oz (1985), a supposed sequel to the much beloved classic film that, in the hands of the maniacs at Disney, becomes a full-fledged freak show. Dorothy gets committed to a mental institution and finds her way back to a ruined Oz, which is now under the command of a shrieking, head swapping witch and an amorphous Gnome King. Join us as we try to unravel just who thought this was a good idea for children's entertainment on... Topics: return to oz, wizard of oz, wicked, witch, disney
In this episode of Adaptation, the hosts discuss L. Frank Baum's book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and Victor Fleming's film The Wizard of Oz. Along the way, some burning questions are uncovered such as would Dorothy really choose Kansas over Oz? And did Glinda get manipulation lessons to Dumbledore or the other way around? AdaptationPodcast.com Topics: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, L Frank Baum, The Wizard of Oz, Victor Fleming, Judy Garland, film,...
The sermon was preached by Dr. Glenn Birkett on June 9, 2013 at First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Richmond, Kentucky. The scriptures is Luke 6:37-38. Topics: Wizard of Oz, hope for better place, the world is not perfect
Barbara Hailey is the co-author of the children's book, "The Wizard of Oz is in You". The Wizard of Oz is in You! is a fully interactive and enlightening way to learn and develop communication skills with a child and to learn the often hidden thoughts and emotions that motivate the behavior of a child. The Wizard of Oz is in You! can reveal why your child THINKS the way they do, why they ACT the way they do, and can help uncover the reason they make critical choices that wind up... Topics: wizard of oz, barbara hailey, children, stepfamily, different people, blending, critical choices,...
Discussed on today’s show was what killed Joan Rivers, the Ray Rice Scandal, the new Iphone watch and the 75th year anniversary of the Wizard of Oz and much much more. Topics: Joan Rivers, Ray Rice Scandal, Iphone watch, Wizard of Oz, Esme Russell Show, Tiffani T. Middlesexx
In this episode, Amanda and Brandon talk about books that would make great movies and what makes a good adaption work. With basically every novel and comic being turned into a movie, what would we like to see most? Topics: Wizard of Oz, Broadway, Wicked, Robots, Nerds, Books, Podcast, Bunnicula, Vampires
This is the fourth Oz story of those written by L. Frank Baum. In it Dorothy and her cousin Zeb are swallowed up by an Earthquake crevice and fall slowly down to a strange land where they are shortly joined by the Wizard whose circus balloon has suffered the same fate. They have many adventures before finally being transported to Oz by the magic of Ozma. Topics: Oz, L.Frank Baum, Dorothy, Wizard of Oz, magic, adventure, humbug
Hosts Christopher Spicer and Scott Martin analyze the box office from the previous weekend, and then look ahead to this weekend. They give an in depth analysis on why certain film scored big while others flopped. Then they do some reviews of classic films and talk about what made them work. It is a fun listen for all movie lovers. Topics: Films, Box Office, Oz the Great and Powerful, The Wizard of Oz, Omen
I edited this for epub, as it had many,many nonsense characters in that form. It is especially for Nook, but should work well in any epub reader, As it is PD or "not in copyright" I have been uncertain about which license to choose. Since it is a derivitive work, or at least edited work,and the Public Domain is open to all as of this time (including "not in copyright") I've decide to use a simple universal tag. It was/is originally on the Archive, in various converted... Topics: Wizard of Oz, L Frank Baum, Childrens' Books, Fiction, Not in Copyright, classic books
The Magic Cloak of Oz is a 1914 film directed by J. Farrell MacDonald. It was written by L. Frank Baum and produced by Baum and composer Louis F. Gottschalk. The film is an adaptation of Baum's novel, Queen Zixi of Ix. ***** UPDATE 9 July 2010: The original upload was plagued with problems and has been replaced by a higher quality DivX file encoded directly from a new PAL DVD transfer from the original print. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Wizard of Oz, 1914, Magic Cloak, L Frank Baum, Thomas Edison
LibriVox recording of The Royal Book of Oz (Dramatic Reading) by Ruth Plumly Thompson. Read in English by David Lawrence; TriciaG; Janet; Beth Thomas; thestorygirl; Kristin Gjerløw; ToddHW; Chuck Williamson; Frances Brown; Woolly Bee; Victoria P; Annika Vera; Sophia Noelle; Peter Parshall; Charlotte Brown; KHand; Todd Jenken; sunny1849; and P. J. Morgan. When the professor decides to outline the ancestry of the eminent people of Oz, Scarecrow feels left out. He doesn't have a family tree -... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, adventure, wizard of oz, dorothy, fantasy, family, children's fiction,...
LibriVox recording of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (Version 4) by L. Frank Baum. Read in English by Minni Ang; Angie; Rachel; Brielle Hepburn; Vanessa Cooley; ToddHW; Stacey Chambers; Willy When Dorothy is swept away from her home in Kansas by a cyclone, she finds herself in a mysterious land inhabited by equally mysterious people. She is told that only Oz, the great Wizard, can help her get back home, so Dorothy sets off along the Yellow Brick Road to the Emerald City. Along the way she meets... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, Oz, wizard of oz, dorothy, lion, scarecrow, tin man, frank baum
Judy Garland stars in this Lux Radio version of L. Frank Baums' The Wizard of Oz, based on the 1939 film which also starred Miss Garland, where she travels to a far off land of adventure and danger, only to learn that "there's no place like home". Topics: Lux Radio Theater, Judy Garland, Wizard of Oz, Fantasy, Adventure, Old Time Radio, OTR
We at the Institute for the Study of Wizard of Oz Music Synchronization believe that one album that syncs up with the Wizard of Oz is not enough. Topics: Funny or Die Video Archive, , At the Institute, Brian Agler, That One, The Institute, The Study,...